Devina Anindita

 

Kiki1Devina Anindita completed her bachelor’s degree majoring in Economics with two concentrations, which are Public Sector Economics and Human Resource Economics at Faculty Economics, University of Indonesia (FE UI). She was also given awards as one of the undergraduate students in her batch with the highest GPA in Economics Department for three consecutive years. After graduating from FE UI with honors, Devina started to work at LPEM FEB UI as a research assistant in 2014. Devina also participated in several trainings, such as Capacity Development for Research Assistant held by LPEM FEBUI, Green Budgeting Training held by LPEM FEBUI in cooperation with MCA Indonesia as well as Environmental Cost and Benefit Analysis & Economic Valuation Training. Furthermore, Devina also completed a training related to the management, usage and analysis of IFLS (Indonesia Family Life Survey) data held by SURVEYMETER in Jogjakarta. Devina is also skilled in using statistic software such as STATA and EVIEWS. Her research interests include Public Sector Economics, Human Resource Economics, Development Economics, Poverty Economics and Behavioural Economics.

Her previous experience in research covers various topics including green budgeting, poor youth unemployment, labor survey, local tax administration and policy, fuel subsidy, creative economy, regulation analysis and industry impact study. Devina often works with various government agencies as well as international donor agencies. While working at LPEM FEBUI, Devina has worked with Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, BEKRAF, MCA, ADB, GIZ and USAID. Devina was also a participant in Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths (JENESYS) held by Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE) in 2016 with a theme “Economic Partnership, Trade and Investment”. Devina was also involved in social activities such as SNF (Non-Formal School) and has received an award as the Best Volunteer Teache.


Research Interest

Public Sector Economics, Human Resource Economics, Development Economics, Poverty Economics and Behavioural Economics.


Academic Publication

– Qibtiyyah, R.M., A. U. Lumbanraja, A. P. Pratama, C. Wigjoseptina, D. Anindita, F. Mangunsong, L. Trialdi, L. Yunita, N. Kurnia, dan S. D. Iskandar Indikator Penganggaran Hijau: Sebuah Upaya Meningkatkan Komitmen Pemerintah Daerah dalam Upaya Pencapaian Target Penurunan Emisi Nasional, Policy Brief, September 2017.

– Qibtiyyah, R.M., A. U. Lumbanraja, A. P. Pratama, C. Wigjoseptina, D. Anindita, F. Mangunsong, L. Trialdi, L. Yunita, N. Kurnia, dan S. D. Iskandar Analisis Regulasi Rencana Mitigasi Perubahan Iklim untuk Menghijaukan Anggaran Pemerintah Daerah , Policy Brief, September 2017.

– Qibtiyyah, R.M., C. Wigjoseptina, D. Anindita, F. Mangunsong, L. Trialdi, L. Yunita, N. Kurnia, S. D. Iskandar dan Y. S. Simbolon Secondary Indicators untuk Program Mitigasi RAN-GRK dalam Penganggaran Hijau di Indonesia , Policy Brief, June 2016.

– Adrison, V., Azar, M. S., Wigjoseptina, C., Hasty, S. A., Alta, A., & Anindita, D. Pertambangan di Kawasan Konservasi: Permasalahan Regulasi dan Koordinasi, 2015.

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